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Twenty years ago — 1993

November 17, 2013
The OBSERVER

Cassadaga resident Clarence "Abe" Abram is one of 10 World War I veterans living in Chautauqua County. Still living at his home on Mill Street, he recently received a commemorative medal awarded to all WWI vets by the U.S. government which marks the 75th anniversary of the war. Now 97 years old, Mr. Abram retired in 1968 at the age of 72 after serving 27 years as the manager of the Cassadaga Farmers Co-op Feed Mill, now Agway.

 
 

 

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